Researchers have disclosed two zero-day vulnerabilities affecting Foxit’s PDF Reader after the vendor revealed it has no plans to fix the security flaws.
David Bisson reports.
Adobe is no stranger to finding itself in the security headlines for all the wrong reasons, and it seems that things may not be changing as we enter 2017.
Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
PDFium, Chrome’s default PDF reader, contained an exploitable vulnerability that could have resulted in malicious code being run on innocent users’ systems.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.
Newly-disclosed vulnerability reveals that an attacker could send you a boobytrapped PDF that would cause malicious code to run on your iPhone.
So update to iOS 9.3.
Critical security patches have been released for Microsoft and Adobe products. Have you installed them yet?
Read more in my article on the We Live Security blog.
Adobe has released 69 security updates to address multiple vulnerabilities found in its Flash, Reader, and Acrobat applications.
Make sure you update your systems as quickly as possible to protect against the critical flaws.
David Bisson reports.
You can stop holding your breath now, the wait is over.
Adobe has released security updates for Acrobat and its PDF Reader software fixing critical vulnerabilities in its Windows and Mac software.
Computer users should update their installations of Adobe Reader and Acrobat as a matter of urgency, after it was discovered that malicious hackers were exploiting a critical zero-day vulnerability in targeted attacks.
A critical security vulnerability has been found in Adobe Reader for Android, which could lead to remote hackers compromising documents stored on your Android device and its SD memory card.
Chinese hackers are suspected of posing as a security firm’s limo service, in an attempt to infect the CEO’s computer.
Patch Tuesday has been and gone, which means that if you’re responsible for the security of the computers in your office – or the ones you use at home – it’s time to update your systems once again.
No tears will be lost if the authorities really do have the author of the Blackhole Exploit Kit in custody.
We’re still not safe with our computers, even with all the great improvements.
But – as Mikko Hypponen points out – at least we don’t see flights grounded and trains stopped by malware every other week, like we did in 2003.
Microsoft told us that they would have 14 security bulletins ready for Patch Tuesday.
But only 13 have appeared…
Critical security fixes have been issued for Adobe and Microsoft software – including protection against zero-day flaws in Internet Explorer.
Make sure you protect your systems as soon as possible.
Adobe PDF vulnerability exploitation caught on camera.
Sophos security expert Chet WIsniewski demonstrates how malicious PDFs can infect your computer.